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Docker images are installed as layers on a hosts physical operating system. You can get a “full” read of the base image size by issuing the command below (showing the associated output with sizes): docker images REPOSITORY TAG IMAGE ID CREATED SIZE debian sid 4c61b7ece593 6 weeks ago 97.78 MB.
Article Objective If you are managing multiple copies of the HDP sandbox for Docker (see my article here:), you may find yourself running out of storage within your Docker VM image on your laptop. There is a way to increase the available storage space of the Docker VM image. Increasing the storage space will allow you to have more copies of sandbox containers in addition to other images and containers. This tutorial will guide you through the process of increasing the size of the base Docker for Mac VM image. We will increase the size from 64GB to 120GB.
This tutorial is the second in a two part series. The first tutorial in the series is:. For a tutorial on increasing the base Docker VM image on CentOS 7, read my tutorial here: Prerequisites • You should have already completed the following tutorial • You should have already completed the following tutorial • You should have already installed Homebrew • You should have an external hard drive available.
Scope • Mac OS X 10.11.6 (El Capitan) • Docker for Mac 1.12.1 • HDP 2.5 Docker Sandbox • Homebrew 1.1.0 Steps Install qemu The Docker virtual machine image is a qcow2 format, which requires qemu to manage. Before we can manipulate our image file, we need to install qemu.